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City Extends Deadline for 2014 Access Award Nominations

City Extends Deadline for 2014 Access Award Nominations

| 2014/11/12

The City and the Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee (MAAC) have extended the nomination deadline to Friday, Nov. 14 for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities Access Award. The award celebrates efforts to improve access for people with disabilities. Nomination forms can be found at CityofKingston.ca/AccessAward and submitted in person or by mail to the Clerk’s [...]

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Kingston 2014 Remembrance Day Schedules and Closures

Kingston 2014 Remembrance Day Schedules and Closures

| 2014/11/07

Remembrance Day is a holiday observed by many municipal workers, creating some changes to municipal services: – Kingston Transit: Runs on its regular weekday service on Tuesday. Plan your bus trip with Google Transit: kingstontransit.ca/tripplanner – Kingston Access Services: Runs as usual. Call 613-542-2512 for more information. – Garbage, Green Bin and recycling: No collection [...]

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Kingston Police Seek Robbery Suspects

Kingston Police Seek Robbery Suspects

| 2014/10/30

Suspects sought in October 15th robbery near Concession St and Nelson St

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Highway of Heroes Procession to be Honoured by Kingston

Highway of Heroes Procession to be Honoured by Kingston

| 2014/10/24

Procession set to pass through Kingston at approximately 3pm Friday

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‘Open Kingston’ Website Aims to Increase Voter Engagement

‘Open Kingston’ Website Aims to Increase Voter Engagement

| 2014/10/03

Website hopes to increase voter engagement and turnout in upcoming election

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Limestone District School Board Releases EQAO Results

Limestone District School Board Releases EQAO Results

| 2014/09/18

Primary and Junior students in the Limestone District School Board continue to improve in reading and writing on provincial assessments. Achievement in mathematics in Grades 3 and 6 followed the provincial trend with a smaller proportion of students reaching the provincial standard compared to last year. This year’s Grade 6 results also indicate that a [...]

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United Way KFLA Targets Record $3,481,000 Goal

United Way KFLA Targets Record $3,481,000 Goal

| 2014/09/12

Every dollar raised makes a difference in our community United Way kicked off its annual fall fundraising campaign by unveiling the fundraising goal as more than 500 enthusiastic supporters and volunteers packed the ballroom at the Ambassador Conference Resort. 2014 Campaign Chair Carrie Batt announced that this year the campaign target is $3,481,000, a 2% [...]

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UPDATE: Queen’s University Area Street Signs Selling for Charity

UPDATE: Queen’s University Area Street Signs Selling for Charity

| 2014/09/10

Street signs being auctioned off from September 11th to 25th

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Public Invited to Discuss Location for Kingston East Community Centre

Public Invited to Discuss Location for Kingston East Community Centre

| 2014/09/09

Residents in Kingston’s east-end are invited to offer input on where a new Community Centre in the Greenwood Park area should be located and what amenities it should include. The meeting is set for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 22 at the Gore Road Fire Hall, 211 Gore Road (map). “We want [...]

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Free Activities Offered for ‘Kingston Gets Active’ Month

Free Activities Offered for ‘Kingston Gets Active’ Month

| 2014/09/02

Twenty-six local community organizations offering over 65 FREE activities in September

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